The ''New Look" in the 1950's has transended into the "Classic Look'' in the 20th Century. It's origin stems from Christian Dior's post-war clothing "Corelle," a name that suggests a silhoutte with prominant shoulders, accentuated hips, and small waist. Definng a womans shape instantly draws attention to a females sexuality without being overtly suggestive. Conservative woman-never go out of style.
I have been noticing the revival of this universal flattering piece and I couldn't help but share a few of my favorites. Award season will begin soon, and spring is just around the corner. I have no doubt we will be spotting this trend on the red carpet and for the romantics....-down the isle.
|Evan Rachel Wood|